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August 14, 2018

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February 24, 2018
She was my sister and I am recalling childhood memories of a little girl with sausage curls.
February 10, 2018
We were so sorry to hear about Debbie's passing.
She was a wonderful person and she had such a loving spirit! We will treasure the many happy memories we had throughout the years!
All Our Love
February 8, 2018
So saddened when I read of Debbie's passing. I went to Charles Sumner Grade School with Debbie and graduated in 1971 from WSHS with her. I will always remember Debbie as one of the sweetest and kindest persons I have ever known. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family at this sad time.
February 7, 2018
Oh Zach and Vince, I am so very sorry to learn about Debbie's death. You know how much I loved talking with her, spending time with her, seeing her at a grocery store or after Mass, hearing updates about you, Zach, and Lauren. She radiated joy and love in every fiber of her being. Last time I saw her, I was going to Rodale pool to swim laps after an injury. She was in the pool and encouraging me to do laps too. She was even attempting to teach me the breast stroke and showing me how to do it. Good thing no one else was in the pool because I'm not certain we looked like seasoned lap swimmers. But that was her. Trying to do anything she could to help someone else. I am so sad for you and so is our family, Dave, Annemarie, and Stephen. Love to all of you. Judy Migliore-Erdman